SCHEMING Janine Butcher’s whirlwind relationship with Mick Carter may be coming to an end, and she may be leaving Walford for Australia.
The villain wakes up without the Queen Vic landlord, portrayed by Danny Dyer, next to her in scenes set to screen on the BBC soap next week.
Janine discloses to Billy that she and Mick haven’t been intimate and expresses her concerns about the situation after realising he’s avoiding her.
When she tries to approach Mick about their lack of intimacy, he avoids the topic, making the situation even more awkward.
Meanwhile, Mick’s long-time friend Mitch overhears their talk, compelling him to realize that he is unable to have an intimate relationship with Janine.
Janine subsequently informs Billy that if the judge gives her full custody of Scarlett, she will leave Walford.
EastEnders lines up a shocking gay rape storyline
EASTENDERS will premiere its first male rape narrative next month, according to the show’s producers.
Albert Square’s Ben Mitchell, played by Max Bowden, 27, will be the victim of a horrifying sexual assault by new barman Lewis, played by Aidan O’Callaghan, a 33-year-old Irish actor.
It comes ten years after BBC executives rejected the story, claiming it would be too difficult to cover in a pre-watershed serial.
Producers have been working closely with SurvivorsUK, Survivors Manchester, and the Male Survivors Partnership to ensure that it is handled appropriately.
EastEnders confirms major mental health storyline for Stuart Highway
Fans of EASTENDERS are concerned about Stuart Highway’s avoidance of bonding with his son Roland.
Last night, the funeral director, who is played by actor Ricky Champ in the BBC serial, was shown straining to care for Roland on his own.
He tried everything he could to escape it, pleading with his grandmother to take care of him.
Stuart even justified his avoidance of the kid on his recent cancer operation, but supporters are concerned that there is more to it.
One wrote: “The more they show Stuart in pain, the more I’m convinced he’s going to die.”
A second said: “Stuart is breaking my heart.”
EastEnders spoilers: Stacey forced to tell Lily about Jean’s bipolar disorder
Stacey Slater is debating whether or not to inform her daughter about her mother’s mental health problems.
Stacey may be forced to resort to her eldest kid, Lily, for assistance as she battles to aid her mother, who is suffering from a bipolar episode.
Jean’s shotgun wedding to her beloved Harvey Munroe is something Stacey is hell-bent on stopping since she can see her mother isn’t thinking straight.
Martin confides in Zack about how to address the problem, concerned about how Lily will react to the news that her grandmother is ill.
Stuart has the baby blues after his cancer recovery on EastEnders.
Stuart is having a hard time adjusting to fatherhood and refuses to bond with his little son.
Stuart has been going through a lot since he was diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago. Now that he has recovered, he is still finding it difficult to cope with day-to-day living.
Stuart has suffered as a result of his failed attempts to bond with infant Ronald. He has blamed the issue on his post-surgery recovery, although it is evident that male post-natal depression is to blame.
The plot has been announced, and it is expected to be something that both male and female viewers can relate to.
Where is Sharon in Eastenders?
The rough and ready had a meeting with Sam and Jack. Sharon had made a hasty retreat from Walford, as Jonah and the audience found.
Sharon has taken a last-minute flight to the United States to see her best friend Vicki Fowler after undergoing emergency surgery.
Sharon was driven to the airport by Linda, and she boarded a plane to see her half-sister.
When Sharon will return is unknown.
Stacey Slater is having trouble coping with her mother Jean being sectioned on EastEnders.
EastEnders: Stacey Slater struggles to cope as mum Jean is sectioned
In next week’s episode of EastEnders, the situation becomes too much for her daughter Stacey to manage.
Jean (Gillian Wright) has finally come to terms with her illness after weeks of unpredictable and erratic behaviour.
Her psychotic episode sent her all the way to Southend alone, as she prepared to marry Harvey Monroe and continued to ignore Stacey’s (Lacey Turner) many warnings.
The cleaner is eventually transported to the hospital for the assistance she has needed the entire time, but Stacey is taken aback by the abrupt turnaround.
Stacey contacts her ex husband Martin Fowler (James Bye) for help in forthcoming scenes of the BBC One soap as she prepares to inform Lily about what happened to Jean in Southend.
EastEnders: Tommy Moon disappears after Sam Mitchell ruins chances of football career
Tommy Moon’s mother, KAT Slater, is going above and above to help him recover from a knife incident.
Sam Mitchell, who has the potential to be a footballer, sabotages his chances in EastEnders next week.
In recent episodes of the long-running BBC One soap, Tommy (played by Sonny Kendall) has been on edge.
Next week, though, his mother Kat (Jessie Wallace) has some good news for him.
Coming up, the owner of Kat’s Cabs discovers that a local football club wants to meet with Tommy, but she expresses her concerns to Martin Fowler (James Bye).
This is because her son was recently involved in a knife incident in which he accidentally wounded a boy named Sid, who had been bullying him for a long time.
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